So you're looking to lend a hand -- but how? Right now we need a few key things:
- Host a house party. The easiest, best way to meet voters and understand their concerns is on your front porch. We are looking for volunteers who can host Rich for a couple hours of an evening and invite their neighbors to stop by, any time between now and October. These tend to be casual, intimate events, just you and the folks in your neighborhood talking about what matters on the block. Please leave your address and ideas around when to host in the box below.
- Post a sign. High-traffic road? Low-effort volunteer opportunity? How about putting a sign in your yard or storefront (or both!) We're taking reservations now. Please include your address below, as we'll need to gather signs on election day, and indicate if you need more than one or you'll be displaying your support at a business. We'll drop them off in July after filing. High-visibility locations preferred.
- Write a letter. Asheville Citizen-Times and Mountain Xpress publish letters of support throughout campaign season (see examples here.) For a shorter note of support under 200 words, consider the Citizen-Times; for longer, consider Mtn. X. We can help coordinate what and when to submit for the biggest impact. Just leave your information below and we'll get in touch. Otherwise, you can submit on your own to AC-T and Mtn. X here and here, respectively.
- Help make calls/walk streets. Once again, our campaign has the best call center in the state. Help introduce enthusiastic voters to Rich and remind them to vote by volunteering with Queen Caller Bridget. On the sunshiny side, we're looking for volunteers to hang doorknob hangers in your neighborhood. Let us know your preference in the box below.
- More to come. We'll need all kinds of help going forward, up to and including poll volunteers on election day, but those are our biggest needs now. Got a special skill or interest to offer? Let us know in the box below. We'll get in touch!
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